Wolverhampton Advanced Motorcyclists


(WAM) are a Wolverhampton motorcycle group affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).

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If you are interested in advanced driving skills and have come to this site in error or you also have a car as well as a motorcycle then we have a sister organization also based in Wolverhampton, the Wolverhampton  Advanced Motorists. Please follow the link by clicking on the red logo to the left.

Latest News


WAM WAW update

Countdown is on, 8th June sees the 6 day WAM tour to Ireland that will encompass some scenic routes of the Wild Atlantic Way, "The Cliff Coast", "Southern Peninsulas" and "The Haven Coast".

23-May-18 00:00

Midwest Moto Invitation

There is an open free invitation to all WAM members for this event Saturday 16 December 0900-1800hrs - they will have a replica of "the fastest Indian" bike ridden by Bert Monroe in the film and live music and food etc. If you have not been there before its worth a visit.

12-Dec-17 00:00

Scottish borders

Al is looking to put on a Scottish borders weekend so keep your eyes peeled for updates

07-Dec-17 00:00

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Observer Information - IAM Road Smart Presentation (General Forum)

IAM Road Smart Presentation

09-Jul-16 09:42

New WAM Website (General Forum)

Welcome to the new IAMWAM website. Please share your comments, suggestions and errors on this forum.

04-May-16 21:30

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Latest Events


The Three Shires Rally 2018

The rally will start and finish at the Food Stop Café Quatford.This is a non-competitive navigational scatter rally for motorcycles.Entry form and regulations are below, but please read this first.As a participant in the Three Shires Rally it is YOUR RESPOSSIBILITY to ensure that you have insurance cover for your machine and yourself during the event. We strongly advise that you check with your insurer that they will cover you for this event. The event is described as a non-competitive navigational scatter rally and is NOT a race or competition in any form.The challenge of the event is not too difficult. The roads are mainly good B roads with a few A and minor roads. You will be navigating around 170 miles for the gold award. 140 miles for the silver award and 110 miles for the bronze award. Everyone who enters will also be entered into the prize draw for a muc off bike cleaning kit worth £25.00.You are advised to set off with a full charged mobile phone and take the opportunity at the check points to eat and drink. It could be very warm on the day and keeping up hydration is very important.

09-Sep-18 09:00

Charity memorial ride

Charity memorial ride

07-Oct-18 00:00

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IAM


The IAM is the UK’s leading independent road safety charity. We passionately believe that our roads can be made a safer place by improving the standards of the people who...

 

As a charity the Institute of Advanced Motorists (the IAM) supports the raising of driving and riding standards and campaigns for increased on-road skills.

We support and represent motorists, motorcyclists and cyclists through practical driving andriding programmes and urge all road users to act more responsibly and safely.

We also aim to inform and influence government and decision makers to ensure that road safety remains a relevant topic and receives the focus and investment that it requires.

Our commercial business subsidiary, IAM Drive and Survive, promotes occupational driver improvement throughout the fleet/business community. This helps employers achieve their duty of care to employees and also help to reduce road accidents whilst driving on business.

We also offer Drink Drive Rehabilitation courses throughout parts of England and Wales, delivered by the IAM Driver Retraining Academy (IAMDRA).

Contact


Chairman: John Hodgkiss
Vice Chairman & Associate Controller: Matt Gwynne
Treasurer: Glynn Davies
Secretary: Stuart Norton
Social Secretary: Pam Fergusson
Chief Observer & Observer Records: Alan Cartwright
Sunday Ride Controller: Dave Garner
Communications & Membership Secretary: Paul Johnson
WEB Admin: Dave Jackson